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Sorrentino and his smiling SilvioIn his 2018 "Loro" ("Them"), Paolo Sorrentino has a lot of fun with animals, and not just the human ones.While contributing nothing to the immediate plot of "Loro 1," the vignette is one of several that seem to encapsulate the "point" of Sorrentino's entertainment.It's no secret that "Loro" is Sorrentino's biopic of Silvio Berlusconi. Not biting, Rocco tells Sergio to play fair.Sergio's boss wins the catering contract.Sorrentino introduces Tamara in a rapid-fire montage as she microwaves some pastries for her two boys' supper.The first film of Sorrentino's biopic falls into two halves that -- in terms of location, pacing, cast numbers and the like -- are nearly self-enclosed."Loro 1" isn't top-drawer Sorrentino.
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